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Any recommendation for an inexpensive headless CMS?

I find Contentful too expensive.

travel vlogger & single mother

Try running strapi.io on cheap hosting. 🙂

I haven't used it but I've heard of this: www.zesty.io/

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I'm using Ghost, hooked up to my Gatsby blog. ghost.org/

Will ship code for coffee

Oh I've got Gatsby running on my small VPS, along with many other sites.

Will ship code for coffee

I mean Ghost is running on my VPS and Gatsby is running on Netlify. @marckohlbrugge you should really make an edit or delete button. 🙏🏻

Freelance Software Engineer, India + Remote

Does ghost support server-rendering comments?

Having fun, building stuff. Currently focused on: #optimizetoolset

My buddy is working on one that provides an API on top of Google Drive and can export a Doc to Markdown, droplo.io/

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If GO is not a No-GO...
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Ghost is solid, especially if you want the front-end written for you. I wrote a post recently about how to hook it up to a $5 Digital Ocean Droplet: blog.stephsmith.io/setting-up…. With Ghost you can design your own themes as well, however I haven't tried that.

If you want a truly headless CMS, I tried Butter (buttercms.com). They have good docs and really easy to set up (or at least it was with Node).